Breastmilk Martini is a collection of poems and essays on the topics of desire, intimacy, abuse, community, selfhood and “romance”. Ultimately, it’s a memoir of love, or a journey of unlearning love as it’s been taught to us.
The poetry, essays and prose pieces contained are sometimes humorous, sometimes heart-wrenching and always thought-provoking. The collection challenges the status quo to bring a queer feminist perspective on topics we often take for granted within our politics. It’s a quiet survival guide for non-conforming, hypersensitive people in the hetero-normative, capitalist, male dominant western world.
This is love-anarchy for the anti-romance generation.